Juventus forward Carlos Tevez is determined to help his side lift both the Serie A title race and the Europa League trophy in his first season at the club.
The Argentina international moved to Turin in the summer from Manchester City and has already found the back of the net on 11 occasions in his 19 league appearances for Juve.
Antonio Conte’s men currently top Serie A and are eight points above second placed Roma in the standings.
Despite their great form in the league, Tevez and his team could not prevent exiting the Champions League at the group stages, but the former Manchester United and City player is determined to make up for it in the Europa league.
"I'm thinking about both competitions. I want them both," he told La Gazzetta dello Sport.
"I won titles in Argentina, Brazil and England. Italy would be the fourth country. I dream of writing a page in the history of this club.”
"[The Europa League] is the only international competition I'm missing at club level."
Tevez then admitted that despite their lead at the top of the table, the title race was far from over with a few tough away trips still to overcome.
"Unfortunately, it's not finished. We have some of the toughest away matches: Napoli, Roma, Lazio, AC Milan and Udinese, for example," he continued.
The striker then went on to praise the standard of the Italian league and admitted that it helped him become a complete footballer.
"It's still the toughest league in the world. It's the university of football. Tactically, it's at the highest level here and we suffer on the field," he said.
"Italy is completing me. If you can score goals here, you can anywhere."